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Next Sunday the 23rd of August is our light line day, where we cast 100g,75g and 50g leads. There will be 4 casts per lead, hope to see you all there
 

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Well it started as a good day as we got into the lower flat field as the wind was meant to come from the north, but it never materialised, what we got for our light line event was fog then heavy rain but that didn't stop us even when the water started to run down the field. Five brave members turned up to do battle with the skinnies, some even managed pbs.

Results for 23/8/2020

Stevie 100g/226y, 75g/194y PB, 50g/159y total= 579y

MC 100g/210y, 75g/183y, 50g/ 148y total = 541y

Tommy 100g/192y, 75g/162y, 50g/159y total=513y

Bobby 100g/171y, 75g/159y, 50g/137y total =467y

Graeme 100g/188y PB, 75g/163y PB, 50g/NCR total =352y

Well done to Stevie Ratcliffe on the win, thanks to everyone who helped with the court.
 
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Next Sunday is a normal field day where your free to cast any weight, hope to see you all there
 

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Condolences to Greame Roddy who father died this morning, our thoughts and prayers are with you mate.

It was a sunny day with high temperatures and pressure with little wind but we did our best.

Results for 6/9/2020

Bobby= ncr

Tommy= 50g/158y
75g/170y

Benny = 150g/179y

MC. =150g/213y
125g/186y

Scrab. =125g/188y

Stevie. =150g/259y
 

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next Sunday the 20th September is another normal field day but it also your last chance to practice the 150g lead
 

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With a north east breeze forecast we set up in the flatter field and hoped for the best. The grass was damp until the sun came out and shone down. So with a bright day and the forecasted breeze not showing up but what breeze there was was about 3mph and either cross court or in our face, the pressure was high and not just in the atmospheric. There was a grudge match today with money on the line, a mighty pound. The match was between Mark Matthewson and our own member Stevie Ratcliffe, who would win as it was close all day. Well I have to congratulate Mark on taking the win and a fine display of casting.

It was nice to meet Mark, his wife Charlotte and their lovey kids George and Evie, hope your stay in Northern Ireland is enjoyable.

Results for 20/9/2020

MC = 150g/214y

Bobby = 125g/168y

Benny = 150g/181y

Tommy = 150g/186y
100g/182y

Greame = 150g/196y

Stevie = 150g/244y

Daycasters

Charlotte = 125g/146y

Mark = 150g/246y

Junior casters

George =1oz/56y

Evie =1oz/42y


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this Sunday the 4th of October is our 150g day, hope the practice pays off. hope to see you all there.
 

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well the forecast was for a northeasterly wind blowing 20mph and rain. Well at least they got the rain right, the day started bad as we ended up in the top field due to cattle in the lower fields and given the forecasted wind we set up casting uphill. The wind died off very quickly leaving a cross court breeze which barely moved the flags and even blew in our face at times. So with no wind, casting uphill and wet slippery grass distances wouldn't be great but the five members who turned up did battle with the conditions on our 150g day. With the heavy rain grip on the spool was a problem so power was dialed back a bit, but thankfully for the last two rounds the rain disappeared which meant confidence increased and saw almost everyone increase on their best cast.

results for 4\10\20 150g day

Stevie = 236y

MC = 209y

Graeme = 180y

Benny = 172y

Tommy =186y
 

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this Sunday the 18th of October is a normal field day but with the light lead event coming up maybe have a cast or two with the mighty 1oz and 18g plug
 

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sorry lads I have to cancel casting this Sunday as we wont be covered by insurance due to the covid19 restrictions
 
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